I had picked up Topaz's Gigapixel on an add-on offer, and I originally intended to try it out on some heavily cropped photos to see how much better resolution I could pull out of some shots by running Gigapixel then resizing back. But then a second idea popped up. I had taken my very first digital camera, a Mavica FD91 floppy disk camera, to Disney World - I knew nothing about digital and had only had a computer for a few years - my CRT monitor had a crazy high 800x600 resolution, and those Mavica photos were 1 full MP - I knew I only needed 640x480 to fill much of that screen, so I set the camera to that resolution and fired away. I mean, who's ever going to need more resolution than that? Yeah, as I said, I knew nothing at the time, and was still shooting film cameras until 2004, so the digital was an experiment - nothing that was going to be a full-time keepsake memory. Going back now and looking at those original 640x480, highly compressed JPGs shot with a video lens and a 1/3" CCD sensor - no real control over aperture, ISO, etc, they look like thumbnails on modern LCD screens. I wondered just what Gigapixel could do if pushed to the extreme. Could those thumbnails yield ANYTHING? Even just trying to get them up to 1000 to 1200 pixels on the long side and see if you could still tell what the photo was! No miracles of course, but I was happy I could SOMEWHAT improve those tiny thumbnail originals into slightly bigger, more usable small shots - still nothing that could print or fill a 4k screen, but I was surprised you could get a clear idea what the photo was. Here are some of those old Mavica photos - just to reminisce: Epcot Canada pavilion, 2002: Magic Kingdom station, 100 year anniversary of Walt Disney, 2002: France pavilion, Epcot, 2002: Wilderness Lodge 2002: Inside the Contemporary Hotel, 2002: Hippo, 2003: Inside the Wilderness Lodge, 2002: Odyssey, Flower & Garden festival, 2002: I've got older photos from Disney, going back to the 1970s, on film, but these were my very first digital photos from Disney...In hindsight, would have been nice to have used the full 1MP available, but with the CCD sensor and the video-quality lens, they probably wouldn't have been that much better anyway!